Pet Friendly Norfolk Broads Holiday Cottage


Dogs Welcome at Riverside Cottage

For those wishing to bring your four legged friend, Riverside is a dog friendly holiday cottage. We welcome well one behaved pet in Riverside Cottage (or two small dogs by prior arrangement). There are many dog friendly local attractions around Wroxham and the Norfolk Broads, a few of which we have listed below to get you started 

Local Dog friendly Pubs & Places to Eat

1. The Recruiting Sergeant, Norwich Rd Horstead (2.8 miles)
Very popular pub offering a large and imaginitive menu ....and dog friendly of course. Booking strongly advised. Tel: 01603 737077

2. The Dog Inn, Johnsons Street, Ludham Bridge (4.5 miles)
Won an award voted as the most dog friendly pub on the Norfolk Broads! Dogs welcome inside and out. Excellent real ales and home cooked 'Pub Grub'. Tel: 01692 630321

3. The Kings Arms, High Street, Ludham (5.4 miles)
This 400 year old pub welcomes dogs everywhere except in the restaurant. Homemade bar food and outside children's play area. Tel 01692 678386

4. The Ferry House, Ferry Road, Surlingham (6.3 miles)
Excellent pub with beer garden backing directly onto the river. Dogs welcome inside pub and beer garden. Tel 01508 538659.

5. The Lion Inn, The Street, Thurne (6.3 miles)
Large friendly riverside village pub with its own boat moorings and good selection of beers and scrumpy on draught. Dogs welcome in the bar area. Tel 01692 580244

6. The Pleasure Boat Inn, Staithe Road, Hickling (7.4 miles)
Lovely free house which is very dog friendly. Pets are welcome in the bar area where you can be served the full restaurant food menu or sit outside in the waterfront garden looking directly onto Hickling Broad. Tel 01692 598870

Local attractions near to Wroxham where dogs are welcome

Broads Tours (Wroxham) - except on carpeted areas
Mississippi River Boat (Horning)
Most day boat hire
Beans Boat Trips & Bishops Boats - to seals,
Blakeney Blickling Hall grounds, not house
Felbrigg Hall grounds, not house
Poppy Line railway
Bure Valley railway, not in shop or restaurant
Sheringham Park
Fairhaven Gardens, on lead
Whitlingham Country Park, except small beach area in summer

Walks in the area suitable for dogs

Bure Valley Path (alongside Bure Valley railway, 9 miles to Aylsham
Bittern Line walk from Bure Valley station via Coltishall & Belaugh, 5 miles
Salhouse Broad, 1-1.5 miles
Ranworth walk, to the east of the teashop, 2 miles max.
Horsey walk, round Mere, along dyke to the beach, back via Winterton, approx 5 miles
Beaches between Sea Palling & Winterton, any time
Beach between Sea Palling & Happisburgh (Not May to Sept)
Winterton - beach, nature reserve, valley walk to Hemsby
Weavers Way round Hickling Broad (some sheep in area)
Sheringham Park (National Trust)
Bacton Woods, off the North Walsham to Bacton road